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Dakka Gallery: Cathedral, Final


Posted: 2014-11-22 04:59:07
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By Cataphractii

Dakka Gallery: Contemptor Dreadnought, Conversion, Forge World, Space Marines


Posted: 2014-11-22 03:59:07
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Dakka Gallery: Pair of Cyclone Missile Launcher Terminators


Posted: 2014-11-22 02:59:07
Taken with a Canon PowerShot A550
By kronk

Dakka Forum: Can Chaos Marines be converted back to the Imperium?


Posted: 2014-11-22 01:59:07
Forum post by orksmasha, 70 responses at time of this post.

So it seems like it is all too easy to corrupt Space Marines, but how hard would it be to get a CSM to change his ways? Is it even possible?

Dakka Gallery: Sisters of Battle Ophanium Tyrannus 5


Posted: 2014-11-22 00:59:07
Taken with a Panasonic DMC-FS7
By Thousand Nuns

Dakka Gallery: Orcs Tyranids, Orks, Tyranids


Posted: 2014-11-21 23:59:07
By cutter

Dakka Forum: 7th Edition Grey Knight Synergy [Warning Walls of Text May Happen] {Sisters Edits [11/12/14}


Posted: 2014-11-21 22:59:07
Forum post by Anpu42, 53 responses at time of this post.

Now that I am basically done with my Space Wolf Synergy Threat I though I would move onto Codex: Grey Knights. Again I will be posting one Unit .a day between 6AM-8AM PST
I am going to this a little different. I am going to start with some of the Common Weapons, Psychic Powers., Special Rules, Warlord Traits and Relics of Titan
Melee Weapons:
Nemesis Force Sword : This is the basic weapon of the Grey Knights. It is good an reliable.
Nemesis Force Halberd : A good upgrade allowing you to would most modes on a 3+ and a lot on a 2+. You can even wound up to T8, T10 with Hammerhand.
Nemesis Force Hammer : This is your Ant-Tank and MC Weapon. You may go of last, but odds are you are wounding on a 2+ and if it survives it will probably go off at the same time next turn.
Nemesis Force Warding Staff : A good solid weapon, you can sue it on most everything from MCs to Transports.
Nemesis Force Falchions : You get these in pairs giving you an extra Attack.
Daemonbane: If the Force psychic power is successfully manifested and targets a unit with one or more weapons with this special rule then, in addition to the usual effects, all weapons with this special rule re-roll failed To Wound and armor penetration rolls against models with the Daemon special rule whilst the blessing is in effect.

Ranged Weapons:
Storm Bolter : The main weapon of Grey Knights. In mass they can do a lot of damage, and they usually do come in mass.
Psycannon : Probably the best of the three Heavy Weapons. Its Salvo makes it best when used with Terminator Armor, but can be good with Power Armor Grey Knights if you don't move much.
Psilencer : Another good weapon. With Force you can ID anything up to S6, this includes most Daemons, Nids, and Riptides and the High RoF gives you a good chance of that.
Incinerator : This is a nasty weapon that works on just about everything including a lot of Ve...

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Dakka Gallery: Imperial Guard, Infantry, Meltagun, Urban, Veteran


Posted: 2014-11-21 21:59:07
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Dakka Forum: 07.11.2014. Back from the warp, Empire of the false god beware


Posted: 2014-11-21 20:59:07
Forum post by dubovac, 45 responses at time of this post.

Hello everyone,
This is my first p&m blog and I will certainly try to keep it up to date as far as my spare time allows it.

Let me start with brief introduction: I am male in early 30-ies, married and father of one child (until I get better job so I can have at least two more :D ). I started playing GW games when I was around 10 years old and my introduction games were Talisman and Space Hulk.
After few years I became proud owner of Warhammer Fantasy (the one with plastic gobbos and High elves and card stand ins, not sure which ed is that and dont have enough motivation to open new tab and ask Google).
I played fantasy for a long time but then gaming experience started to change, all of a sudden more and more people stopped having fun with toy soldiers and started using terminology like "RAW", "RAI", math-hammer and stuff like that. Warhammer fantasy became extremely boring for me and I stopped playing it and shelved my Chaos Warriors (In my whole fantasy gaming I played Khorne, and even didnt wanted to take wizards in army- well you know, khorne dislikes magic and stuff like that).
After that came GorkaMorka, all the best words for Mad Max orks and started through it playing 40k. Since I saw in those fantastic tomes page with Night Lords iconography crossbreed with Khornate symbols I decided that they are going to be my army.
In the same time I started studying law so that took most of my time until I graduated (right now I live in a pretty crappy country where someone without political or family connections cant do anything, so I as a graduated lawyer work as a receptionist in a hotel :facepalm: so if someone from Canada or New Zeland here holds an immigration agency feel free to contact me :D), and got baby so most of my budget went away from hobby.
Thankfully there are a lot of kind people still in the world which donated me a lot of bits and with som...

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Dakka Gallery: Ork Artillery


Posted: 2014-11-21 19:59:07
By Klaus, not Santa

Dakka Gallery: The wonders of blue tack


Posted: 2014-11-21 18:59:07
Unknown creator

Dakka Forum: Vigils, Thrones, & Novices: Infiltrators, Bikers, & Child Soldiers for the Adepta Sororitas


Posted: 2014-11-21 17:59:07
Forum post by SisterSydney, 146 responses at time of this post.

These were some of the first units I homebrewed almost a year ago, but since then my homebrew-fu has grown stronger (largely thanks to many insightful commenters on this site, above all Ovion), so I've revised and recosted them for 7th Edition. Behold! (And tell me what's still wrong with them so I can fix it).

click here for the current rules]

First, one new item of wargear:

Sororitas Bike

With lighter weapons and much lighter riders than their Marine counterparts, Sororitas bikes can maneuver nimbly through rough terrain, scouting far ahead of the main force to stage lightning strikes against vulnerable targets.
- A model on a Sororitas Bike gains the Hit & Run, Scout, and Skilled Rider Special Rules.
- A Sororitas bike is armed with a single boltgun (not twin-linked boltguns as on an Astartes bike).
- Otherwise, a Sororitas Bike follows all the normal rules for Bikes.

A Canoness or Palatine may take a Sororitas Bike for 45 points.
If a Canoness takes a Sororitas Bike, her Sororitas Command Squad may all take Sororitas Bikes as well for 80 points.

Design notes:

Upgrading a Marine leader to ride a bike costs 20 points, but the Sororitas bike gains three special rules (@ 10 points each, per Ovion) while losing twin-linked (-5, at a guess). Yes, this is expensive.
Why those three SRs? I wanted Biker Sisters to be distinctive, sleeker and more elegant than their male counterparts. Yes, that means you have to cut the two boltgun barrels off the bike and probably file down the body to convert it.


And the units themselves:

Throne Squad: 75 points (Fast Attack)

The Adepta Sororitas first began using bikes in M38, when a preceptory of the famously fiery Order of the Bloody Rose annihilated a renegade Marine bike company and seized their mounts as spoils of war. More fragile but more agile than their Astartes counterparts, the Bloody Rose bikers proved such invalu...

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Dakka Gallery: Krakenrock The Black Wip


Posted: 2014-11-21 16:59:07
By wonkobaggins

Dakka Gallery: Tyranids


Posted: 2014-11-21 15:59:07
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By Nard

Dakka Gallery: Ape Grunt


Posted: 2014-11-21 14:59:07
Taken with a Canon PowerShot SD880 IS
By grey_death

Dakka Gallery: One of my Favorite Deff Dreads


Posted: 2014-11-21 13:59:07
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Unknown creator

Dakka Forum: Transporting a full Meganob squad. Scratch build to avoid emergency disembark penalty, chea...


Posted: 2014-11-21 12:59:07
Forum post by DontEatRawHagis, 209 responses at time of this post.

So Battlewagon models are big enough to fit around 8 Meganob bases within its footprint if it explodes. If I were to scratch build a Battlewagon to have a bigger footprint than the standard size, would this be cheating?

I don't want to have my squad all set up and my opponent gets 2 extra kills because I can't place them.

Dakka Gallery: Draigo And Friends


Posted: 2014-11-21 11:59:07
By daedalus-templarius

Dakka Gallery: Imperial Knight


Posted: 2014-11-21 10:59:07
Unknown creator

Dakka Daily Poll: Thor or Superman?


Posted: 2014-11-21 09:59:07
Thor or Superman?
Thor
Superman
Batman (Superman)
Batman (Thor)


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